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Sebastian Bach: “Good Chance” of Skid Row Reunion If I Can Clear Up “Miscommunication”

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Sebastian Bach is confident that a reunion with his former band Skid Row will happen if they can sort out a lingering miscommunication.

We recently reported on Bach stating that he can “definitely see” a Skid Row reunion happening, and in a new interview, Baz revealed even more about where things stand with the band’s camp.

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“I found out something at the very last KISS show that I did not know before the very last KISS show. And it’s a major piece of miscommunication,” Sebastian told Eddie Trunk on the latter’s SiriusXM program [as transcribed by Blabbermouth]. “And I need to communicate with those guys because there’s been something that happened that is not accurate. I can’t tell you what it is, but the whole narrative of they don’t like me and I’m too crazy is complete bullshit. It’s not true. There’s been attempts to get us going again.”

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He added, “I can just tell the world that there’s a good chance that’ll happen ’cause there’s no fucking reason not to, ’cause right now why it hasn’t happened is a miscommunication. That’s all I can say. There’s a miscommunication.”

Bach just kicked off a North American tour in support of his newly released solo album, Child Within the Man, and said that his plate is full. But when he gets the chance, he plans to “write a thoughtful e-mail clearing up a miscommunication.”

“I have to make sure it’s the perfect fucking e-mail and I don’t say anything wrong or make any jokes,” he continued. “I just don’t have the energy to do that right now, but I know I need to do that.”

As for his personal desire to front Skid Row again, Baz put it bluntly: “I would love to do it. I have dreams about doing it.”

The recurring conversation around Bach and Skid Row mending fences and reuniting sparked up again after Swedish singer Erik Grönwall announced his exit from the band in an effort to focus on his health earlier this year. For the time being, Halestorm singer Lzzy Hale will fill in on Skid Row’s upcoming dates.

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